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The International Bill of Human Rights

The International Bill of Human Rights consists of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and its two Optional Protocols.

In 1976 the Bill took on the force of international law.

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The vast majority of the disputes that the police initiate on behalf of their employer are also adjudicated by their employer, where the plaintiff, the judge, the antagonist (the police) and the only witness (also the police), all represent the same party, and, since no corpos delicti, mens rea or acts reus can be produce, doesn't technically qualify to be heard according to its own "laws". The State therefore is indistinguishable from a criminal cartel.

This is a lecture by John Harris about common law, statutory Law and admiralty law. It is about how the legal field uses a language against you without you knowing the definitions and therefore tricks you into consenting to contract or associate with them. All conversations are contracts, you have to be careful what you say when talking to someone in a position of authority as they use a language called legalese. The tricky bastards use the same words as are found in English language but gave them different definitions in their language called legalese. These words only have power over you if you do not know there meaning so i suggest you start to learn their satanic language(Legalese). The language of the legal profession.

There are six requirements necessary for a contract to be valid:

  1. An agreement which usually consists of an offer and an acceptance of that offer.
  2. The agreement must have consideration which is something bargained for and given in exchange for a promise.
  3. The parties must have the capacity, or legal ability to contract.
  4. The contract must be based on the genuine assent of each party, that is, both parties must be agreeable to the terms of the contract.
  5. The subject matter of the contract must be legal. An agreement to break the law would be illegal, for example.
  6. Some contracts must be in proper form. Even though courts will enforce an oral contract, some categories of contracts must be in writing to be legal.

Even before the adoption of the Universal Declaration on
Human Rights (a non-legally binding document) in 1948, broad
agreement existed that the rights which were to be enshrined in the
Declaration were to be transformed into legally binding obligations
through the negotiation of one or more treaties. In 1966, two
separate treaties, covering almost entirely all the rights enshrined
in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, were adopted after
approximately 20 years of negotiations: one for civil and political
rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
(ICCPR); and one for economic, social and cultural rights, the
International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
(ICESCR). The ICCPR1 was adopted by the United Nations
General Assembly on 16 December 1966 and entered into force
on 23 March 1976.2

Jordan Maxwell honors Jason Whitney with a special twenty-minute introduction into the esoteric foundation of words and terms frequently used in present-day society.

Jason Whitney presents a brief, yet elaborate Power Point production which offers key insight as to how our legal system is predicated upon one thing, "commerce", and the regulation thereof, or better said, the extraction of money "energy" from society.

Understanding of the concepts presented by both Maxwell and Whitney are essential for anyone who desires a greater understanding as to how our out of control judicial/legal/banking systems are designed and operate in America.

This presentation addresses: Man as a Word-Controlled Creature Civil Law vs. Admiralty/Maritime Law Maritime/Admiralty Law Superimposed over Civil Law One's Mother as a Merchant Vessel Giving Birth as a Commercial Maritime Concept Hospitals and Energy Farms Spiritual Beings vs. Human Beings Freemasonry, Banking and the Court Connection Judicial Slush Funds The use of …

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